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    • FDR and the Great Depression 32 nd President Democrat 1933-1945 “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself”
    • 1932 election
    • 20 th Amendment
    • First 100 days
    • Emergency Bank Act
    • 3 R’s- Relief, Recovery, Reform
    • Relief- Help those in need
      • CCC
      • PWA
      • 21 st Amendment
    • Meets with the Bonus Army
    • Recovery- Get us out of the Depression
      • AAA-Subsidies
      • NRA
      • TVA
    • THE BLUE EAGLE
    • REFORM-no more depressions!
      • Margin Calls
      • FDIC
      • Reciprocal Trade Agreement
      • Recognizes Soviet Union
      • Get off of Gold Standard
    • Dust Bowl
    •  
    • Second New Deal
      • WPA
      • Wagner Act
      • Social Security
    • Criticisms
      • Socialism?
      • Supreme Court actions
      • Is it even working?
      1.9 1945 1.2 1944 1.9 1943 4.7 1942 9.9 1941 14.6 1940 17.2 1939 19.0 1938 14.3 1937 16.9 1936 20.1 1935 21.7 1934 24.9 1933 Rate Year Unemployment (% labor force)
    • Huey Long-the Kingfish
    • 1936 election
    • Pack the courts
    • Fireside chats
    • Wheelchair controversy
    • Final thoughts?
    • Lindbergh Baby Bruno Hauptmann Isidor Fisch Violet Sharpe
    • Trial of the Century- Flemington, NJ Your Excellence: My writing is not for fear of losing my life, this is in the hands of God, it is His will. I will go gladly, it means the end of my tremendous suffering.  Only in thinking of my wife and my little boy, that is breaking my heart.  I know until this terrible crime is solvet, they will have to suffer unter the weight of my unfair conviction. I beg you, Attorney General, believe at least a dying man.  Please investigate, because the case is not solvet, it only adds another death to the Lindbergh case. I thank your Excellence, from the bottom of my heart, and may God bless you,                                                  Respectfully,                       Bruno Hauptmann